Kia recalls SUVs again due to risk of engine fire

Kia is telling owners of nearly 72,000 older Sportage small SUVs in the US to park them outdoors and away from structures after receiving reports of more engine fires. It’s the second time 2008 and 2009 model year Sportages have been recalled due to fire hazards that can apparently start near a hydraulic motor control … Read more

Red Bull in mourning, Dietrich Mateschitz dies.

Austrian billionaire Dietrich Mateschitz, founder and owner of the Red Bull energy drink company and several soccer clubs and Formula 1 teams, among others, has died at the age of 78. This was reported by the company when it made public a message sent by mail to its workers, in a statement in which it … Read more

Doctors: Fossil fuels kill millions of people

Extreme weather brought on by climate change starved nearly 100 million people and increased heat deaths by 68% in vulnerable populations around the world, as global “fossil fuel addiction” deteriorates public health each year , doctors reported in a new study. The burning of coal, oil, natural gas and biomass around the world creates air … Read more

Youngkin calls latest student grades ‘catastrophic’

Math and reading scores declined in Virginia, as they did across the country, according to results of a closely watched national test. findings that Gov. Glenn Youngkin said Monday were “catastrophic.” “I hope we’re all shocked, because we should be,” Youngkin said at a Richmond news conference highlighting Virginia’s performance on the National Assessment of … Read more

12 injured in Virginia apartment fire

Twelve people, including eight firefighters, were injured when a fire broke out at a Virginia apartment complex Friday morning, fire officials said. Hampton firefighters said the fire started around 1:30 a.m. on Marcella Road in Hampton, news outlets reported. The injuries were minor to moderate burns and one child among the injured was taken to … Read more

Keep your children safe with the following tips

Parents, it is important to talk to your child about safety. Having a discussion before a situation occurs is vital. Kidnappings are not common. Still, these conversations are best before your child gets lost or goes missing. Use the following tips to discuss with your child before any such incident: Ask your parents for permission: … Read more

TikTok challenge would be related to fatal accident

A car accident that left four teenagers dead could be linked to a TikTok challenge, according to police in New York. Six teenagers were in a speeding Kia vehicle that crashed around 6:30 a.m. Monday, Buffalo police said. The car was reported stolen Sunday night. All five passengers were thrown from the vehicle, according to … Read more

DDOT Open Streets Event Coming Soon

On November 5, 2022, the DC Department of Transportation’s Open Streets event will be held in the District of Columbia. In conjunction with this event, there will be parking restrictions and street closures that motorists should be aware of: The following street will be posted as an emergency no parking from 2:00 am to 2:00 … Read more

Atrocious winding in Lanham – Washington Hispanic

The Collision Analysis and Reconstruction Unit is investigating a fatal hit-and-run of a pedestrian in Lanham. Investigators are working to confirm the identity of the deceased pedestrian so his family can be notified. Yesterday at 12:10 am, officers responded to the area of ​​Martin Luther King Jr. Highway and Whitfield Chapel Road. Preliminary investigation revealed … Read more

The emir of Qatar rejects criticism before the World Cup

Qatar’s ruling emir on Tuesday lashed out at criticism of his country over its hosting of the World Cup, which he described as an “unprecedented campaign” against the first Arab country to host the soccer tournament. Since the victory of its candidacy a decade ago, Qatar has been questioned and criticized for its treatment of … Read more

Pope and other religious leaders call for peace

Pope Francis and other religious leaders meeting in Rome are calling for peace and an end to the “nuclear nightmare” as fears intensify that nuclear weapons could be used in Russia’s war against Ukraine. The ceremony held in the Roman Coliseum was the culmination of a conference on promoting world peace. The Community of Sant’Egidio, … Read more

Mayor Bowser Statement on President Biden’s Marijuana Reform

Today, President Joseph R. Biden announced three steps he is taking to correct our country’s failed approach to incarcerating millions of Americans for marijuana use and possession. The President’s pardons will benefit thousands of DC residents. In response to the president’s announcement, Mayor Muriel Bowser issued the following statement: “We are grateful for President Biden’s … Read more

They will close streets! this Friday October 28

This Friday, October 28, 2022, Halloween will take place in the District of Columbia. In conjunction with this event, there will be parking restrictions and street closures that motorists should be aware of: The following street will be marked as Emergency No Parking and closed to vehicular traffic from 12:00 pm to 10:00 pm: 7th … Read more

1 dead and 3 injured in shooting in Northwest

A homicide that occurred on Thursday, October 6, 2022, in the 1200 block of North Capitol Street, Northwest, is being investigated. At approximately 1:07 pm, members of the First Ward responded to the location indicated to receive a report of a shooting. Upon arrival, members located four adult male victims, conscious and breathing, suffering from … Read more

Ash Carter, former Pentagon chief under Obama, dies

Former US Secretary of Defense Ash Carter, who in the final two years of the Obama administration opened combat posts to women and ended a ban on transgender people serving in the military, has died at 68. year old. Carter died after suffering a heart attack Monday night, according to a Tuesday statement from Douglas … Read more

Deaths from passenger boat fire in Indonesia

A passenger boat carrying 240 people caught fire off southern Indonesia on Monday, killing 14 people, rescue teams said. The KM Express Cantika 77 was en route to Kalabahi from Kupang in East Nusa Tenggara province when it caught fire. It was carrying 230 passengers and 10 crew members, authorities said. They are investigating the … Read more

Man killed inside his car

They are investigating a homicide that occurred on Sunday, October 23, 2022 in the Unit block of N Street, Southeast. At 12:53 pm, an off-duty police officer heard the sound of multiple gunshots in the area of ​​Southeast Half and N Streets. Members of the First District responded to the location indicated where they located … Read more

Drag storytime at Oregon pub draws armed protesters

Protesters, some of them armed, threw stones and smoke grenades at each other outside a storybook drag queen event at an Oregon pub, but the weekend extravaganza that was to feature a child artist continued as planned. The 11-year-old boy did not participate as planned but was in the audience of about 50 people when … Read more

Search for missing baby after migrant shipwreck

Authorities were searching the waters off southern Italy on Sunday for a two-week-old baby who went missing after a migrant boat capsized. The vessel, officials said, capsized the day before near the uninhabited island of Lampione, part of the archipelago that includes Lampedusa, a tourist island where many migrants have been sheltered. Italy’s new interior … Read more

Debate on abortion, crime and inflation before the elections

US Senator Patty Murray, D-Washington, and Republican challenger Tiffany Smiley discussed abortion, crime and inflation on Sunday in their only scheduled debate before the Nov. 8 election. Smiley made numerous references to Murray’s 30 years in the Senate during the hour-long debate televised from Gonzaga University in Spokane, Washington, saying it was time for a … Read more

Criminal opened fire at Texas hospital

A man shot and killed two Dallas hospital employees over the weekend and opened fire after accusing his girlfriend of infidelity. who had just given birth, authorities said. Jacqueline Pokuaa, a 45-year-old social worker, and Katie Annette Flowers, a 63-year-old nurse, were killed in Saturday’s shooting at Dallas Methodist Medical Center, according to police and … Read more